A good early pearlware milkmaid with cow. Well modelled, this cow was produced by the Staffordshire potters at the beginning of the 19th century.
This piece is full of colour and charm, the cow shown here standing on a decorative base, well modelled and being milked by a seated milkmaid girl. The original bocage has been lost at some time but well hidden.
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Reference: Pope A-Z of Staffordshire Dogs, Page 43, Fig 3
A large single white and black standing greyhound with a rabbit in its mouth on a turquoise base. These dogs became known as Disraeli dogs because of the black curls on the top of their heads and were probably produced during the time he was prime minister.